Peppermint Lane Lodge Ferguson Valley, Western Australia
Superb bed and breakfast located in Wellington Mills which is in the wonderful and scenic Ferguson Valley and near Bunbury, Donnybrook, Collie and Busselton. It is also central to the Bunbury Geographe Wine region. The Jetstar service to Busselton Margaret River airport commences March 2021 – it is only 55 minutes away.
This harmonious environment will bring detachment from the world of city living, as you absorb the beauty of this secret location.
Located only 2½ hours south of Perth, Peppermint Lane Lodge offers a relaxed atmosphere for those who wish to soak up the peace, beauty and tranquillity.
You are welcome to come and stay at this lovely comfortable and ambient country lodge and bed and breakfast which is nestled in a beautiful bushland setting in the heart of the Ferguson Valley.
Birds abound and nature happens around you. Wineries, Cafes, restaurants and art and gift galleries are here for you to discover and while away the time in.
Discover the Ferguson Valley which is situated in the heart of the Dardanup Shire and wend your way through the Valley to historic Wellington Mills and the renowned and whimsical Gnomesville.
Kim is the author/editor of Ferguson Valley – Plated – a fabulous book full of local landscapes and recipes from various venues around the Valley. The book is a good guide around the wonderful Valley. See too the funny little Gnomesville book that is available too.
Let the country air refresh your senses.
Get away from it all at Peppermint Lane Lodge
Simon met Kim in a café in Perth. They married a year or two later, went to live in Europe for a few years, returned to Perth and bought a small village post office in the Perth Hills.
After nine years in the Post Office, they then set off for a sabbatical in France returning after a year or so to find that the grass is greenest in the Ferguson Valley and that the wine isn’t bad either!
Kim is a fourth generation West Australian (a true Sandgroper) and Simon, originally from the south coast of England, arrived in Perth in 1987 and became an Australian citizen in 1990.
Together they found this idyllic property and made it their home to share with others.